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Two wrongs don’t make a right neither does three especially when it turns into four.

A woman thought because her husband was cheating it justified her cheating but what she wasn’t planning for was to get burned!!

Check out what advice Sam Sylk had for this troubled wife during Reality Hour.

Dear Sam Sylk

I’m not very proud about what I’m going to say but I’m in a bind and I need your help. I’m a happily married woman with an unfaithful husband. He has always been a cheater I just thought after we got married he would chill. I just had a baby about a year ago and that hasn’t put a stop to his adulterous ways. The thing is while I was pregnant I started up a friendship with a married man that is unhappily married. Unfortunately because I was starving for affection our friendship turned physical. I know I’m wrong but it’s nothing serious just companionship. I went to the doctor recently and was told that I have an STD, nothing life altering but it’s an STD. I don’t know what to do because I don’t know whether it came from my husband or my friend. I don’t want to tell it because if my husband was cheating on me I wouldn’t be with this other guy. Why should I take the blame for both these cheating men? You know my husband or this friend aren’t going to own it. So what should I do?